| title : A Portable Neurological Monitor for use in Cognitive Function Studies|
author : Rory Sobolewski, Brian O’Mullane, R. Benjamin Knapp Senior Member, IEEE, and Richard B.Reilly, Senior Member, IEEE
Abstract : The Visual Evoked Potential (VEP) has long established itself as a useful diagnostic tool for clinical use. The VEP is typically recorded in clinical environments due to equipment and experimental set-up. An alternative is proposed in this paper, whereby a light-weight, portable neurological monitor using active dry-electrodes is proposed and VEP data compared against clinically recorded data. It has been shown that a correlation coefficient of greater than 0.8 can be achieved with this set-up, demonstrating the diagnostic benefit of the system for both remote diagnosis and neurorehabilitation.
참고점 : active-electrode 와 기존 electrode 의 비교를 어떻게 하는지 참고
(양자화 error, SNR, correlation coefficient)
더 알아볼 점 : dry active electrode 에 대한 정보, acceptable SNR 의 기준, Quantization error 의 계산법, SNR 계산법, 저자의 이후 논문 검색